About your Search

20130416
20130424
Search Results 0 to 3 of about 4
said over and over again to obama in japan tt they can make an entire export industry. and i hope you know this has become something else. and some of you may recall the foreign minister. to be given. furthermore some of the small companies in japan are amazing. my favorite one in tokyo. in the market. why, it is only comfort for congestion needles. you don't feel any pain. how many employees are there? six including me. amazing. few other countries are such an unknown. only in japan your family businesses. so the real challenge for government is to let go. we should simply let the companies sharing themselves. for further details, there will be a couple months more. we have set up an expert move. they give us fearless proposal about innovation. i am looking forward -- they are likely to the something that thematically changes for deflationary to present bad inflation from taking shape. it is most important but the bad interest-rate hikes, the second downsize risk, it is evident that the monetary easing without putting the fiscal house in order you lose your confidence and trust. it i
. bill clinton, vice president of obama, very difficult imagining. now i will start off by touching possible -- upon our alliance. my view is, something is wrong when you say that the u.s. is always on the giving end, and japan always on the receiving end. about tradition of security and our alliance. the japanese must stand tall as an equal and responsible ally to the u.s. the japanese must work hard as a guardian of international common goods, peace, prosperity, and democracy. in fact, that was my grandfather's grandfather's aspirations. when serious at the time u.s.-japan security treaty on september 8, 1951, in san francisco, he wrote that one day japan could work with the u.s. as an equal partner, to sustain the liberal international order. 62 years later, that aspiration still holds. it's my belief that japan has a normal responsibility to enhance peace, happiness, and democracy in the world. that's why, ladies and gentlemen, japan must begin its economic power, that's why we are working hard to turn around our economy, pushing what you call obi-economics. make no mistake we'r
you can't do anything like that and present your system. bill clinton vice president of obama, very difficult imagining. now i will start off by touching upon our alliance. my view is that something is wrong when you say that the u.s. is always on the giving end and japan always on the receiving end. about provision of the security and our alliance. the japanese stand tall as an equal and responsible ally to the u.s. the japanese must work hard as a guardian of international common goods, peace, prosperity, and democracy. in fact, my grandfather's grandfather as a aspirations,y september 1951 in san francisco, the security agreement. he hoped that one day japan could work with the u.s. as an equal partner to sustain the liberal international order. 62 years later, that aspiration still holds. it is my belief that japan has its noble responsibility to enhance peace, hpiss and democracy in the world. that's why, ladies and gentlemen, japan must begin its economic power. that's why we are working hard to turn around our economy. pushing what you call abenomics. make no mistake, we are
court nomination l as possible consideration of president obama's choice to the office of management and budget. >> for the financial services sector most recently we have seen so-called distributed denial of service which is a way of letting a network with information requests that cause a slow down or a stoppage of service. cybercriminals are after money, as was willie sutton it back in the day, robbing banks. >> they are not well publicized cannot talk about. there's confidential information and you don't want many people to know how the air traffic control system works. difficult to control air traffic control in a soundbite. >> we get paid every day on attacks from various sources, but so far the major attacks that we have had have been on information systems or things of that nature. they haven't been the attacks that keeping up at night, which is the ones that would do some damage to our critical infrastructure. >> protecting critical u.s. infrastructure from cyber attacks, tonight on "the communicators" at 8 p.m. eastern on c-span2. >> japanese deputyrime minister and finance
Search Results 0 to 3 of about 4